Join NJ faith leaders as they discuss the tragic impact of urban violence and go through a training around proven strategies to reduce violence and how to dismantle the current system of mass incarceration.
March 07, 2014
Edgar Trinidad Mendez no longer lives in fear. But that was not always the case for the Mexican undocumented immigrant, who came to the United States when he was 6.
Mendez, 24, of Deptford, was a high school sophomore when he learned how his life and aspirations would take a different course because he was undocumented.
January 26, 2014
SAVE THE DATES TUES, JAN 28 and WED, JAN 29
Camden Churches Unite for Worship and Fellowship
Come join in each night’s unique celebration of God and community!
January 09, 2014
CCOP Clergy and leaders in conjunction with the Camden County Cultural & Heritage Commission gathered Camden youth to speak out through poetry about how violence and mass incarceration are affecting their daily lives, and the lives of their family, friends and community.
November 14, 2013
Community members and clergy from at least nine congregations joined in solidarity as an expression of love and healing on the streets and corners of North Camden. An action very much needed in the wake of the 46th homicide experienced in Camden in 2013. Throughout the morning, homeowners, neighbors, and patrons of Litwins corner store were greeted by area clergy and police officers.
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